I know about the tight bond a family can have. My parents moved to Michigan for my father’s orthodontic residency at the University of Michigan, and ended up staying here to start his own practice in Canton. I am the oldest of five children who all still live in-state, and we are lucky enough to spend a good deal of the summer together at our family lake house on Baseline Lake in Pinckney where we boat, bike, swim, and fish.
I am a proud third-generation Michigan Wolverine, and have been attending Michigan football games since I could walk. I graduated with a B.A. in Political Science in 2011 from the University of Michigan. I then graduated law school at Wayne State University in 2015, where I participated in both Law Review and Moot Court. After graduation, I worked for almost two years as an insurance defense litigator. While the work was very interesting and allowed me to learn a great deal about the practice of law, I had always hoped to find a position working in estate planning and elder care to help clients secure their futures and protect their legacies.
To ensure I am able to provide clients with the best service possible, I decided that getting an MBA would provide me with additional skills that would be useful to estate planning and elder care clients. As such, I left my insurance defense job and began working at Legacy Law Center in 2018 while completing my MBA at Wayne State that same year.
Through mutual friends from our time at the University of Michigan, I was lucky enough to marry Katie, a truly amazing nurse from CS Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor. She does incredible work with children who have congenital heart defects and their families, as she helps prepare everyone for the patient’s return home after discharge.
I have lived in this area my entire life, and am so excited to be able to provide assistance and guidance to clients interested in protecting the future for both themselves and their loved ones.
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